The governor credited her negative test result to mask-wearing by the member of her security staff who tested positive for the virus.
Whether additional help arrives in the coming months could dictate how quickly the state’s economy bounces back in a post-virus landscape.
That could allow the state to initially vaccinate some 12,600 people in groups designated as high priority — namely health care workers and nursing home residents — once the shots become available as early as mid-December.
The Bangor Daily News asked each county for its discipline records and discovered how incomplete they are, raising questions about what really happened, whether discipline is equitable and whether elected sheriffs are holding their staff accountable.
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